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During last night's ESPN halftime show for the College Football Playoff national championship game, David Pollack (former Bulldog) wasn't afraid to made an emphatic statement about Georgia right in the face of Alabama head coach Nick Saban...
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Curbstomp loading.
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Not really. It’s just obnoxious and arrogant like all Georgia fans.
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And Pollack, a former Bulldog, used his platform to pump up recruiting for Georgia. He's probably still on some NIL deals from when he was at Georgia and before it was called NIL.
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Saban looked like he was about to cry. lmao
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As someone has pointed out…we heard the same about Clemson taking over them before that it was Ohio State and Urban and then Alabama is washed up after a regular season loss to Ole Miss or aTm…blah blah. Then OMG Saban has a couple of last play losses and still on the cusp of the playoffs but he comes back year after year. However the “next new and best team” or “Saban is done” eventually comes back around and is proven as bunk after that.

At some point one has to see none of this replacement of Alabama nor doom/gloom materializes as long as Saban is coaching over the long haul. I can assure this…Alabama might have lost vs UGA last night, but they would not have been blown out. That’s what the Playoff Committee gets for the shafting of Bama for TCU.
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Same as Clemson has taken over college football.

Don't get me wrong, I loved watching Saban through that. I had the sound down but there was also some obnoxious guy between he and Corso. You could tell that he had was in an awkward spot next to those two.
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Saban will lose at least 3 games next year.
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saban actually looked rejected, like he saw the end and can't do anything about it. not saying bama wont be good. of course they will. but as long as LSU, UGA, Tenn, Ole Miss are all good\above good, bama's days of dominating are over. rarely have all these teams been good\above average, in part because of bama's dominance. but the coaching and NIL are all slowly evening the playing field. he sees that, and it looked like he almost whimpered some.
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Yawn, this has been said for literally a decade now. See y'all in the playoffs next year.
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double down - so LSU, UGA, Tenn, Ole Miss have all been good or better in the same year, along with NIL, for literally a decade now? shit, i thought most of that was new.
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Kicked Saban right in the dick. Pollock probably be the studio guy if he is broadcasting a bama game next year.
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both teams breaking in new QB's next year. Lets see how it plays out.
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They won with a senior citizen at Quarterback
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Nick looked like one of those dogs caught on video going thru the trash can. Hahaha...but I do second that...don't poke a cobra.
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Go ahead and give Saban reverse rat poison and find out.
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Oh lord. Ooo weee is saban gonna drill this comment home during the off season.
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Saban says, "see you next year and we can have this conversation then"...
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Great. Saban bout to stick around 20 more years now.
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Pollack is an a-hole, but kudos to him for saying what all the talking heads have said the last month, but would have been too chicken shite to say while Saban was there.
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Go ahead and poke that bear.
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Emotional Damage
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Young football team? Their QB should be going to BYU.
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